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Here we have to see if the parents were ever fit enough to keep her. There looks like the parents were either drug addicts , drunkards or abusive. That is why the grand daughter was kept with the grand mother. Now the child wants to go back must see if it is safe to send her back.

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Here we must see the age of the grandma, if she is in her 80s then she is to ols and not at all fit to look after the child.

Only the courts can determine custody of a child, and custody can only be transferred after the child is born. At that time, the grandmother would be able to file for guardianship, not custody, as she is not the mother of the child. The mother would be allowed to testify if she was opposed to the action, and the court would make the final determination.

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